London (Foggy, Sherlock Holmes) There was international outcry at the decision to release Gordon Brown early.
Brown has been behind bars for his part in one of the biggest acts of economic terrorism ever seen. Millions have suffered as a result of his evil actions. Now Brown is to be released and flown home to Scotland where he can expect a hero's welcome.
"It's just not right. Many people have suffered because of what this man has done. We need to stop this from happening. I'm standing for election in Luton because of this" said Esther Rantzen, 75 year old professional Luton election seeker.
Brown was locked up in the Downing Street prison following an anonymous tip off by a laughing upper class twit, thought to be Tony Blair. In between the laughs the message went "Pick Gordon now, and watch as the whole world trembles".
The news of Brown's early release has angered those who were hoping for a chance to publicly execute the criminal at the next general election. One such person, Phil Sharpe, said "He should serve his sentence and accept the punishment coming to him. And the Scots should be ashamed of themselves, welcoming him back as if he were a hero".
Brown is expected to be paraded through the streets of Dundee. Both of them.